HaloSource partners with multinational group

HaloSource, Inc. signed a strategic supply agreement with Fluidra to accelerate the delivery of HaloSource’s enhanced recreational water solutions into the European and Australian pool and spa markets, for an initial term of up to three years.

  • Wednesday, September 24, 2014 2:16pm
  • Business

HaloSource, Inc. signed a strategic supply agreement with Fluidra to accelerate the delivery of HaloSource’s enhanced recreational water solutions into the European and Australian pool and spa markets, for an initial term of up to three years.

HaloSource is a global clean water technology company traded on London’s AIM and Fluidra is a multinational group listed on the Spanish Stock Exchange which develops applications for the sustainable use of water. HaloSource is best known in the swimming pool and spa industry for its SeaKlear brand of water treatment products for pools and hot tubs.

This agreement provides Fluidra with the exclusive rights to distribute certain HaloSource Recreational Water products into specified key European countries, excluding the UK, providing Fluidra meets certain minimum purchase levels over three years.

Fluidra is a world leader in the supply and distribution of systems and components for both private and public swimming pools (in ground and above ground pools) and wellness facilities. Fluidra operates in 41 countries by way of 150 branches and production centers located in the main markets. Fluidra products are distributed to more than 170 countries due to an established and extensive sales network and effective marketing reach.

“We are delighted to have secured a strategic supply agreement with another large and well-respected multinational company such as Fluidra, which further validates our ability to deliver innovative products and technologies,” said Martin Coles, CEO of HaloSource. “Our companies shared values around the sustainable use of water provides a firm foundation for building an impactful long-term partnership. We look forward to working closely with Fluidra and developing this important relationship.”

 


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